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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
hmmmmm...And you don't like mine?
I liked yours so much that I subscribed to your feed. Great video and beautiful BSA! You are a man of many talents, and I applaud you.
Thanks for sharing with me. Now I will always expect great things from you.
Thank you for you praise...of course I was jesting.
Now let's go to the bridge!...
I have been wanting to get one great pic of this one with the bsa at night because they light it up.
Problem being I don't go downtown much at night and there's no good legal place to park for the shot.
But hey...there's the challenge!
Full report here.
Frankly, just go there. Preferably out of season.
According to Charles Hendersons Old Cornish Bridges and Streams the name Tamar is said to mean Great Water.
Also, according to Richard Wilhelms translation of the I Ching the Judgement of Hexagram 42 denotes -
INCREASE. It furthers one
To undertake something.
It furthers one to cross the great water.
So I rode Johanna the T100C over the New Bridge at Gunnislake and followed the front wheel for a bit. This new gate and fence caught my eye. The location is a steepish wooded valley just across the Great Water, in West Devon.
Mad man across the water
Regular readers will remember that Warleggan is twinned with Narnia. Panters Bridge is a checkpoint on the Lands End Trial.
This was on the Hochi minh trail in Laos last December.
This was one of many dodgy bridges..
Let's be careful out there.
Not a million yards from Grenofen is this neglected, well-used bridge.
An ill-considered trifle it works hard for its living, and does a competent job.
Devonian tale, click here
Picture taken on island Pag Croatia
Henderson has this to say, At Palmers Bridge the infant stream is crossed by the highway from Launceston to Bodmin. This bridge once had five clapper openings, but a flood destroyed it on 4th October, 1880, and it has been rebuilt.
The way we bridge now
Yesterday at Big Piney Creek, on Hwy. 123, Pelsor, Arkansas.
Another honest English bridge doing sterling work near Bere Alston.
In America there are covered bridges. These create a shady, cool space over the sheltered deck with a light-at-the-end-the-tunnel feel. As far as I know in Cornwall the nearest bridgely space we have to this is usually part of one of our many Ugly Economic Concrete Bridges.
Full story here.